England vs USA – TV channel, live stream, team news & prediction – 90min UK

European champions England face world champions the USA at Wembley on Friday in a blockbuster international friendly.
The fixture – which sold out in under 24 hours and crashed the FA website – is set to offer a tantalising taste of what to expect at next summer's World Cup.
The match is being played under the backdrop of the release of Sally Yates' report into abuse in US soccer. England and the USA are in discussions over preparing a sign of support for Friday's fixture.
When is kick off? Friday 7 October, 20:00 (BST)
Where is the match being played? Wembley Stadium
TV channel/live stream? ITV (UK)
What time does coverage start? 19:30 (BST)
Referee? Riem Hussein
England will be without captain Leah Williamson and striker Alessia Russo, after the pair withdrew from the squad due to injury. Lucy Parker, fresh from receiving her maiden senior call up, has also been forced to withdraw. Lotte Wubben-Moy and Nikita Parris have been added to the squad following the trio of injuries.
Jess Park and Esme Morgan will make their senior England debuts should they get onto the pitch at Wembley.
The USA are without two players called up to their initial 24-player squad – Taylor Kornieck has pulled out due to an ankle injury, and Mallory Pugh has withdrawn due to a family commitment.
Racing Louisville FC midfielder Jaelin Howell has been called up in Kornieck's place.
England: Earps, Bronze, Bright, Greenwood, Daly; Walsh, Stanway, Kirby; Kelly, Mead Hemp.
USA: Naeher; Huerta, Sauerbrunn, Cook, Fox; Lavelle, Horan, Sullivan; Smith, Hatch; Rapinoe.
Friday's fixture is poised to be a fascinating showdown between two of the top sides in world football. Both sides are without key players, with Alex Morgan missing for the USA and Alessia Russo and Leah Williamson absent for England.
It promises to be an intriguing tactical and attacking battle – with potentially nothing to separate the two sides.
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